Julian De Miskey
(1898 - 1976)
Julian De Miskey was active/lived in New York / Hungary. Julian De Miskey is known for magazine illustration, sculpture, stage sets, painting.
Biography Julian De Miskey
Julian de Miskey was born in Hungary and emigrated to the United States
in 1914. He attended school in Ohio, and in 1917 moved to New
York, where he studied at the Art Students League. The following
year he began contributing illustrations to magazines such as Forbes and the Saturday Evening Post.
De Miskey also illustrated and designed covers for a number of books, including Chucaro:
Wild Pony of the Pampa, The Prophesies of Nostradamus, The Trouble with
Jenny's Ear, The Great Pearl Secret, Tim's Mountain, and Piccolo,
a children's book which he both wrote and illustrated. In
addition to his work as an illustrator, de Miskey studied sculpture and
created stage sets and cos
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